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Composites Evolution is thrilled to announce that Velox, Colan and Scabro will be distributing its Biotex reinforcement range across their respective territories.
Composites Evolution’s Biotex reinforcement range is designed expressly for composite material processes, and is used by its customers across many industries to enhance aesthetics whilst also reducing the weight of their components.
Velox is a European company, supplying and marketing raw materials for the plastics, composites, rubber, paints and coatings industries. It will be distributing Biotex in the regions of France, Italy and the UK.
Colan Australia is a manufacturer and distributor of high performance industrial textiles focused in three industrial sectors; Composite Reinforcements, Thermal & Protective and geotextiles. It will be bringing Biotex materials to the Australian and New Zealand markets.
For customers in Benelux, Scabro will now be distributing Biotex locally. Scabro is a European supplier of raw materials for mould construction and composites industries.
Composites Evolution chose the distributors as they are united in their approach to their customers, giving tailored advice and technical support across all aspects of their projects. Each company is strongly customer-focused with an understanding of the value of building close personal relationships.
Composites Evolution’s Managing Director, Gordon Bishop, commented “We’re delighted to be adding these distributors to our rapidly expanding list of partners worldwide. We’re certain that our range of reinforcements will further strengthen each distributor’s range of materials.”
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